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Future Bobsled Competitions May Be Sliding Toward Plastic Ice
A Purdue University professor’s research suggests the Winter Olympics’ icy bobsled tracks could be replaced with a lubricated plastic surface.

Beth M. Holloway has been selected as a Fellow Member of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE).

The last 10 years have witnessed an unprecedented revolution in the domestic supply of shale hydrocarbon reserves with the potential to lower the cost of our nation’s electricity, power, chemicals and fuels for the next 100 years.

On Sept. 22, 2017, the first new building at Zucrow Laboratories in over four decades — the High Pressure Combustion Laboratory — was opened. ZL8, as it is known, is the only facility of its kind in the world.

Purdue Mechanical Engineering alumnus builds business around family, strong work ethic and philanthropy.

A Purdue University student has been selected as recipient of a coveted scholarship designed to strengthen the relationship between the United States and United Kingdom.

A Purdue-affiliated startup has developed a low-cost, low-maintenance slow sand water filter technology to better provide clean and safe drinking water to schools and communities in developing countries around the world.